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Re: printing scanned pictures
Posted by: Richard Cleaveland Date: December 06, 1999 at 13:50:32
In Reply to: printing scanned pictures by joseph faska of 11492

"I just got a scanner and put some pictures into my tree. I then generated a html journal and tried to print the pictures. They are recognizable, but could look better. What can I do to improve them?"

Repolace the images on the web page with those you have elsewhere. That's what I do for some.

"I scanned them at 300 DPI."

The desired scanning rate depends on what you want to do with them and how big they are.

"1 should I increase the DPI?"

Probably not.

"2 does uft save the image however I scan it, or drop it down to some other number?"

Saves it as you scanned it if your preferences were set to 100% for image imports.

The problem is that when UFT EXPORTS the image in the process of making journal reports or web pages it changes the resolution to fit the size of the piture it is putting out. that often decreases the quality of the picture.

Dick


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